That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the answer to that question. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I got an answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could answer your iPage question..
But why label it an auction if reserves are shown? Why not just call them the "starting bid" with no reserve... If it really is an auction, imho, reserves should not be shown. If it really is a sale, similar to equity's analogy, then sure - set a price..
Just my .02.
Is much different than ... (see below):.
BD's has good to very good HostGator names, generally prices them.
, and subsequently sells them (as reported in the DNJ (versus being sold on DNJ, of course)..
In the top quote above, by contrast, it feels like pure speculation and hype (in the, "lottery ticket mentality"). This is not healthy ... as.
The case with the BD's model. So, either price domains realistically to sell ... OR ... put them in auction with a.
"starting price" and let the market dictate IMHO. This "pie in the sky", "lottery ticket" mentality is passe, really..
Thanks for listening to my humbles..
Big agree...I get peeps on ebay all the time asking what the reserve is...if I wanted to tell that it would just be a starting bid...not an auction..
Jeff I am not really sure what you were saying, I was saying the lottery ticket mentality is a joke or as you put it passe and right reported in DNJ not sold there haha.
Allan isn't that still an auction? it is a no reserve auction, I know personally I do not participate in RESERVE auctions just mental masturbation IMO......... Either you want to sell your merchandise or you do not wish to sell your merchandise..